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September 18, 2011, 04:31:58 PM
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I just ordered a VPS for the month and will be migrating the site over until these connection issues are over.

I'm going to be pissed if my internet dosen't go down again after this Angry

Anyone who lost bitcoins because of downtime, post the address you sent them to and I will refund.

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September 18, 2011, 04:41:30 PM
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I just ordered a VPS for the month and will be migrating the site over until these connection issues are over.

I really hope you get it solved one way or another.  I like your game, but it's really annoying with so much incertanty about the connection being one more factor to take into account while playing.

My other concern is about not being able to check out finished rounds anymore.  It was possible until yesterday or the day before, and it was really convenient to find out what happened if you are not looking at the round page at the very moment it finishes.  It'd be very nice to have that feature back, at least for the rounds finished in the last 24/48 hours.

Anyone who lost bitcoins because of downtime, post the address you sent them to and I will refund.

I can verify this.  I've got back the bitcoins I've lost in two different rounds (one today and one yesterday) because of that problem.  Thanks to that I can keep playing.  Smiley

Very fair.  Thank you!

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September 18, 2011, 04:47:05 PM
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Damn, I remember when I had a single coin D:
I'll invest in your dwarf bank with a bitcoin. 
Also, a tip: you can claw your way back up with a combination of mining and high profit games (200% ROI comes to mind). 

Thanks, that'd be sweet Smiley
I thought about mining, but I have a crap cpu and no gpu. If I get some money might think about getting into it, just spending some time getting used to bitcoin and gauging how popular it is for now.

I just ordered a VPS for the month and will be migrating the site over until these connection issues are over.

I'm going to be pissed if my internet dosen't go down again after this Angry

Anyone who lost bitcoins because of downtime, post the address you sent them to and I will refund.

Hi, I guess you're the creator?? Thanks for the work, it's a good bit of fun Smiley
I think you should invest in the daily massive to compensate for the down time  Wink  haha, jus kiddin, be cool if someone did though.. be awesome if i get my coin back before the end, then i could try n snipe for that sexy jackpot..  Shocked
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September 18, 2011, 04:50:11 PM
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My other concern is about not being able to check out finished rounds anymore.  It was possible until yesterday or the day before, and it was really convenient to find out what happened if you are not looking at the round page at the very moment it finishes.  It'd be very nice to have that feature back, at least for the rounds finished in the last 24/48 hours.


If you can remember the round name it is possible to check a finished round. I just tried this with the MASSIVE_JACKPOT round. Just goto a live round and replace its name in the web address with that of the finished round.
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September 18, 2011, 04:51:52 PM
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I thought about mining, but I have a crap cpu and no gpu. If I get some money might think about getting into it, just spending some time getting used to bitcoin and gauging how popular it is for now.

Same here.  I've been mining I0coins for the fun of it with a CPU and a Nvidia GPU (which gives me less hashes than the CPU, hehe), and I've mined about 10 I0coins in 5-6 days, hehe.  And I'e found a block (I get nothing for it, since I am in a pool), but it was really cool!   Grin

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September 18, 2011, 04:53:15 PM
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If you can remember the round name it is possible to check a finished round. I just tried this with the MASSIVE_JACKPOT round. Just goto a live round and replace its name in the web address with that of the finished round.

I guess I could also bookmark the addresses of the rounds I'm interested into, but it was so convinient to have it as an option in the game interface... 

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September 18, 2011, 04:54:10 PM
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I thought about mining, but I have a crap cpu and no gpu. If I get some money might think about getting into it, just spending some time getting used to bitcoin and gauging how popular it is for now.

Same here.  I've been mining I0coins for the fun of it with a CPU and a Nvidia GPU (which gives me less hashes than the CPU, hehe), and I've mined about 10 I0coins in 5-6 days, hehe.  And I'e found a block (I get nothing for it, since I am in a pool), but it was really cool!   Grin

Nice.. Smiley  What are I0 coins?? Similar to bitcoin i guess?
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September 18, 2011, 04:57:04 PM
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Nice.. Smiley  What are I0 coins?? Similar to bitcoin i guess?

Yes, it is one of the alternative chains to Bitcoin, yes.  The mining difficulty is the lowest, that's why I'm learning and experimenting with it.  There is a subforum devoted to alternative chains, and I have a few of them on my blockexplorer (see my signature).

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September 18, 2011, 04:58:55 PM
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I think you should invest in the daily massive to compensate for the down time  Wink  haha, jus kiddin, be cool if someone did though.. be awesome if i get my coin back before the end, then i could try n snipe for that sexy jackpot..  Shocked

Really?   Shocked  Would you risk your only coin again if you recovered it?   Grin

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September 18, 2011, 05:04:00 PM
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I think you should invest in the daily massive to compensate for the down time  Wink  haha, jus kiddin, be cool if someone did though.. be awesome if i get my coin back before the end, then i could try n snipe for that sexy jackpot..  Shocked

Really?   Shocked  Would you risk your only coin again if you recovered it?   Grin

lol.. probably  Cheesy  I'd have made 30 cents and the jackpot is nice.. looks like i wont get the chance though Sad  unless there's a lot of silent snipers. gonna do a couple of hours of work now, will return to see how it ends Smiley
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September 18, 2011, 05:11:47 PM
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I think you should invest in the daily massive to compensate for the down time  Wink  haha, jus kiddin, be cool if someone did though.. be awesome if i get my coin back before the end, then i could try n snipe for that sexy jackpot..  Shocked

Really?   Shocked  Would you risk your only coin again if you recovered it?   Grin

lol.. probably  Cheesy  I'd have made 30 cents and the jackpot is nice.. looks like i wont get the chance though Sad  unless there's a lot of silent snipers. gonna do a couple of hours of work now, will return to see how it ends Smiley

When you have such a low balance it might be best to focus on making 0-risk ponzis.  Anything with jackpot<=40% is 0-risk.
edit: also, remember that only the ones you make can be 0-risk.

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September 18, 2011, 06:34:07 PM
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How are fees calculated?  I haven't started many rounds myself, maybe 3 or so, but in none of the cases the fee's ended up the amount I chose.

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September 18, 2011, 06:39:43 PM
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How are fees calculated?  I haven't started many rounds myself, maybe 3 or so, but in none of the cases the fee's ended up the amount I chose.

your amount + 2% for the house

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September 18, 2011, 06:50:17 PM
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your amount + 2% for the house

Your amount?  Does the host get any fees?  I though the amount you put was for the house.   So, if I don't want any fees to myself, should I choose 0?

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September 18, 2011, 07:07:15 PM
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your amount + 2% for the house

Your amount?  Does the host get any fees?  I though the amount you put was for the house.   So, if I don't want any fees to myself, should I choose 0?

Yes. And the fee on your initial deposit will then be 12% to the site.
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September 18, 2011, 07:11:56 PM
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Yes. And the fee on your initial deposit will then be 12% to the site.

Yes, that I understood, because it's on the rules/info page.  But it doesn't say anything about the fee chosen by the host.

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September 18, 2011, 08:06:19 PM
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I just saw something odd.
For about 5 minutes DAILY_MASSIVE_1 jumped to the top of the table, then bitponzi went down.  It's almost as if someone tried to deposit, and it somehow crashed the site when it confirmed...

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September 18, 2011, 08:10:05 PM
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For about 5 minutes DAILY_MASSIVE_1 jumped to the top of the table, then bitponzi went down.  It's almost as if someone tried to deposit, and it somehow crashed the site when it confirmed...

I don't know what it was, but it seems it's really crashed.
HTTP Error 404. The requested resource is not found.

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September 18, 2011, 08:12:02 PM
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For about 5 minutes DAILY_MASSIVE_1 jumped to the top of the table, then bitponzi went down.  It's almost as if someone tried to deposit, and it somehow crashed the site when it confirmed...

Now it's back, DM1 is at the top, but there is no new deposit, and the time for the last deposit hasn¡t changed.

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September 18, 2011, 08:12:34 PM
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For about 5 minutes DAILY_MASSIVE_1 jumped to the top of the table, then bitponzi went down.  It's almost as if someone tried to deposit, and it somehow crashed the site when it confirmed...

Now it's back, DM1 is at the top, but there is no new deposit, and the time for the last deposit hasn¡t changed.

I'm seeing the same  Sad

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